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THE MONROE JOURNA
So VOLUME XIV. NO. 20 MONROE. N.C, TUESDAY JULY 9, 1907. 'c,0j One Dollar a Year EDITORIAL, farmers Lave been workiug at it ever since the Jay that Cain was ,hipej to the fields, and vet not The editor of the Biblical IU j0W( flf ,heu or disc0Temi ,hp corder, having written an article now m iJeIy nmierstowl priuciplea on tne Hanger to tne foam irom m ol put flKHj nJ r-i-t ilit in ; the nmuse or tne prweui great pros perity, received a letter on the sub ject from Mr. Kit-hard II. Edmonds, editor of the Manufacturers' Kec ord, the able expoueut of Southern material progress in which he says: "I am sure you will agree with the statement that the South'! proa perity is its greatest danger aud that it behooves the christian peo ple of the South to be much in prayer that this prosperity of w b ic we have seen only the smallest be ciuuine shall not prove our great est curse. What we see today, here ana there, in soutnein upouuuiug, in the growth of towns and cities and the advance iu wealth, is as nothing compared with what we Khali see during the next five or ten years. All t he progress si uce 1 S.S0 is to lie more than duplicated with in live or teu years, and it will come (x rapidly that it will tax the Btrencth of character aud the reli irious life of the South to a far greater exteut than war or poverty, We are at the crucial point in Southern life. Prosperity is com ing. We could not stay it if we would. There is no quest iou as to the tilmost limitless developments ahead of us, but it is a question ol profound interest whether the pwv pie of the South shall become so mail w ith money chasing as to Tor- get the higher things of life." We have tried to point out this sauie fact frequently: that money seeking aud getting as a mere end won't bring happiness in an indi vidual, and the sum thing is true of a section. If the South is to re main as happy with its money as it has been without it, the. bette things religion, morality, charity, Wnevolenee, hospitality, unselfish ness, generosity, consideration, ed ucation uud culture, philanthropy and sincerity inu.st still lw culti vated. Another evidence ol the metro politauism of Mecklenburg is that one of its towns is to have a news pajier Cornelius being the town and tho News Iteporter the paper. Cornelius is one of the new towns of Mecklenburg. Twelve years ago there was no sign of a towu where Cornelius now stands. Now it is one of the busiest manufacturing towns iu the State and is growing rapidly. The Chronicle wishes the newspaper venture success, Char lotte Chronicle. Why, Undo Wade, if that is a sign of nietropolitanism, Union is ahead uf Mecklenburg, having long had two good newspapers at towns other than tho county scat. The following highly sensible and timely remarks concerning farm era' institutes are from the North Carolina Baptist: "We are not afraid of true sci ence. It is tho good friend of man. Let us have it iu all ita thorough ness, iu religion, in medicine, in agriculture. It unlocks the secrets of nature and makes them the ser vants of man. He works then in the light rather than iu the dark. He learns through speedy experi ment lessons that it would take a lifetime to learn through slow ex perience. The farmer thus liecoines the beneficiary of the student who uses the money of the State for the upbuilding of the people. Do not be afraid of these institutes. There will be a number of them this sum mer, held all over the State, for farmers and farmers' wives. Take a day or two oil' and go. It will pay you. Yon may be able by a little help from the scientific men to reclaim that wasting hillside, to utilize that tbrown-out meadow, to build np yonr retrograding stock, to beautify your home in fact to make life more worth living. Yes, go to the institute. You, the back bone of the land, are entitled to know all the latest and best things about agriculture, just as much as the doctor aud preacher and teach er are to learn the best things iu their work. And beat of all, this proffered help is brought right to your own door. Oct it and combine it with your own common sense, using here and rejecting there as conditions may demand. But be sure to take your wife." If a man tries to practice medi cine without first gaining the knowl edge that science offers him, he is jailed; if he would practice law he would first learn the fundamentals upon which law is based, and the details of practice after he puts out bis shingle; if he aspires to be a business man, he learns all that others can teach him about the work he wishes to engage in. The fact is that "experience" does not take the place of previous study and instruction, and that the prog ress in the professions, in the arts aud scicuces, does not come through the "experienced" but untrained man on the field, but from the stu dent in the laboratory who gives i iraiueu man iu tne laboratory ana on the experiment farms did it, gave it to the world, and now all farmers have the advantage of the kuow ledge. 80 with other points now in common use. These instituted are merely for the purpose of explaining the things that have been fouud to be true by careful experiuieutatiou aud verification by the invest igat ing fellows who sought to find out the true causes of happenings that "practical" farmers had been at tributing to bad luck or the moon, No great doctor ever knew so much that he would uot exert himself to the utmost to find out more, but many quacks have knowu enough to stop on; no great lawyer ever knows so much that he is not eager for new points, but many chimney corner ones know it all: no really worthy preacher ever got where lie had euough of the things that made him strong, but many self esteemed ones have thoroughly exhausted the celestial topography, tW CONFEDERATE MONUMENT Following Speeches on the Fourth a Subscription Is Taken that Amounted to About One Thou sand Dollars and the Committee Will Push for the Remainder By sitecial invitatiou of Camp Vtalkup, rapt. . ('. Heath ol Monroe aud Mr. J. M. Hough of Lancaster made siiccches in behall of the suggestion to erect a monu ineut iu Monroe iu honor of the Confederate soldiers of Uuion coun ty. ("apt. Heath spoke first and the court house was packed full of old Millers and citizens aud ladies. Ho paid a fine tribute to the sol hers of the county and made an eloquent plea for the work of rais ing a suitable monument, and urged the people of Uuion county uot to be bell Hid three fourths of their sister counties of the South n testifying to the valor of our sol diers. On account of the poor acoustics of the room, a great many people were unable to hear Mr. Hough aud the crowd lulmietl dunu to the old soldiers and thoso w ho were able to get near the rostrum. Mr. Hough spoke reminiscently, aud very dramatically referred to incidents connected with the old batt le flag of the great Forty-eighth, which was held above the rostrum y the same man who carried it in battle, Mr. Audy l'ressley of this county. After the speech the band ilaycd Dixie, and Capt. Heath again took the rostrum and called for sulwcnptions to the monument, opening the list with 2."0.1W for himself. The following list then came in quickly: W. C. Heath 2."0 00 It. A. Morrow 100 00 A. Horn 50 00 Sam Rape 10 00 Monroe Journal 10 00 'ricc llemby Company ... "0 00 J. Uordou 2.1 00 V. A. Eubauks S 00 J. C. Laney 5 00 8. K. Belk 10 00 It. V. Houston 100 00 V. M. Suttou 25 00 J. M. Belk 100 00 W. O. Long 10 00 V. A. Love 10 00 Moses Horn - 5 00 C. Stinson 5 00 A LIVELY CEI.EBR ATION. A Big Crowd (lathered on the Fourth and Made Merry for the UayNo Accidents, No Drunk enneas nor Rowdiiw, and the Amusements Very Successful The celebration of the Fourth i Monroe waa quite a successful and happy event. A very large crowd gathered in spite of the very busy- time on the larms and the good weaiber for working, and everv thiug passed off in good shaie and the people seemed to enjoy the day thoroughly. 1 he parade, in wbn were an unusual uiimheruf Uauti miiy uecoratea vehicles or various kinds, was very pretty indeed. The diuuer to the old soldiers was a big success. Though many more were present than bad been anticipated by the ladies, all were looked after and many of the old veterans were warm in iheirex prtssions of appreciation. Fully two nunureu must have taken din uer at the tables. When the vetcr ans formed in line of fours and marched around the square uud the command of Capt. B. F. llich ardson, about one huudredand fifty- were in line. The automobile races were a new feature and highly appreciated bv the crowd, many of whom had nev er seen a machine of that character before. There were three machines. all from Lancaster, S. C, in the race. The following is the list of the prize winners: Best decorated store front and wiudow Heath Hardware Com pany (wholesale department) first. f 10; second, W. J. Budge Com pany, f.. Best lloat N. B. A vera' market first, fir.; second, fio, Price's Mill Camp woodmen of the World Special mention: Gordon, &. Kne lish, insurance, and K. W. Pointer, uoai uispiayiug lightning roils. lest decorated carriage or buggy nrst, Wi.au. .Misses (oruie Fair ley, Beth Knglish, Bertha Smith, Mittie (Jreen and Lcssie Houston; second, ., miss llonnle Hasty i'ouy buggy-Misses Loise Morrow aud Sadie Belk. Tournament first, $1.", J. If Berkley; second, fill, T. P. Ked- ine: third, K. L. Long: fourth. 2, 50, A. J. Hohr. Pen scullle 2.50, Charley Tur ner. Shoe race 2.50, If. B. Pope. Horse race $10, W. K. Bailey. Mule race U5, Leach Moser. Foot race 2, I. F. Newsoino. Automobile race f2.", li. S. Harper. Both the hose wagon and the reel races were won by the team ndor Mr. J. B. illiams, the total prizes being f 10. Best mule colt f 2.50, O.K. Hiu- son. Best horse eolt-f2.50, Henry Long. Best pair muIes-5, W. li. Mc- Corkle. Best horse $2.50, 11 A. Mor row. Best mule 12.50, W. It. Mc- Corkle. Best corn stalk II, James Mc- Neeley. Best cotton stalk fl, Fan-ley Mack. Among the noticeable things about the crowd was the alisence of colored people, the unusual nnmlicr of women and the perfect ood order. I W. McWhorter 6 W. O. Coan 2 O. C. Curlee 5 J. H. Benton 5 II. P. Meigs 5 00 II. F. Bichardsou 5 00 J. M. Broom 5 00 J. M. Fowler 5 00 S. K. Moore 8 00 I J. H. Benton 5 00 K, F. Helms 1 00 Wiley Starnes 1 00 W. T. Wolfe 5 00 A. W. McManus 5 00 N. W. Bivens 5 00 V. T. Chears 5 00 A. H. A. Belk, Br 1 00 J. H. Winchester 5 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 2 50 1 00 25 S. It. McLendon W.T. Beich (Charlotte).. J. a Little W. H. Long M. F. Boyte J. K. Pistole T. P. Dillon 15 00 J. T. Holden 10 II. M. Sherrin, Sr. 25 It. W. Lenimoud 5 00 J. B, Simpson -- 10 00 CL N. Simpson, 8r 5 00 Hon. K. L. Stevens 5 00 8. O. Howie 10 00 Jesse A. Williams 1 00 J.It.Winchester(Charlotte) 5 00 John Or i llith 1 00 Dr. J. B. Kubauks CO 00 All those who wlh to contribute may send their names to the com mittee or to The Journal, where they will be placed on file and be credited. The mouey is not to be called for nutil a sufficient amonut baa beeu pledged, perhaps 12,500. Batiste iu all the new styles, worth 15c,rt for yw Silk A cleansing, clean, cooling, sooth - tie, Healing household remedy is ue- Witt Carbolued Witch Hazel Salve. For bums, cuts, scratches, bruises, insect bites, and sore feet it is un- qualed. Good for piles. Beware of imitations. Get DeWitt's, It is the best. Sold by S. J. Welsh and C. N. impioa, Jr. Mrs. Kindra Howato, aged 18 years, of Duumore, Pa., is in the county jail charged with having burned her husband to death that she might be free to marry her for mer lover, Ignatz Hutro, who is also in jail charged with lieing an accessory. I he police say that M re. Howsto has confessed. Thousands of people art daily sul feriuf with kidney and bladder trou bles dangerous ailments tbat should be checked promptly. DeWitt's Kid ney and bladder Pills are the best his days and nights to the study of remedy for backache, weak kidneys, the subject with a View of finding, inflammation of th. bladder. Tbeir ... . ... .. , action it prompt and aura. A week s out the unknown things. It I the iu ror sold by S. . Welsh same In agriculture; "practical" and C. N. Simpson, Jr. , The Story or Medicine; Its nsnMt "(tolden Mullcal I)isl)VT was uirKtl by omul it most lnimrt- ant ami valuable iiigmlicnu tmluro bral runt. Ki-arlr forty ypar diro, Dr. l'liTro dl Covered that he could, by the Use u( puns trlplo-mflned glycerine, aided by a cer tain degren of constantly maintained heat and with the aid of apimratus and appliances designed (or that piiriset ex tract from our mint valuable nutive me dicinal mot their curative proerUi-a much better than by tho use ol alcohol, So generally employed. 80 the now world- fami'd '(.olden Medical Discovery," lor the cure of weak stomach, IndUnstirm. or dyspepsia, torpid liver, or hlllouneis and kindred derangement was first made, as It ever slnM has barn, without a particle of alcohol In Iu makVup. A glnNiJVJi'X list Of Its MgredW ents, printed OTrTyetv bottle-wrapper, will show that It Is hiV from the moat valuable medicinal runls'und growinf In our American loresisx fl'i mi-sei gredlents have received lhe Corcui, irurau TEDS G-JREJ-T Davis K)F THE ENTIRE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOCK OF? Yf. H. BELK & BROTHER, H0NR0E, N. C. A. C DAVIS, the World's Renowned and Celebrated Cut Price Bargain Giver, is now here in charge of this Great Sale, and for the next 10 days will five the people of Union and surrounding counties the most wonderful Bargains ihhA were vr Kfar nffr-A : Thousands of Dollars worth of High Grade Seasonable Merchandise to be sold at one-third and one-half less than its regular Value! W. E Mk '. Brother's GREAT DEPARTMENT STORE IS NOW CLOSED Wait for the Great Bargain Sale Opening Thursday July II, at 9 a. m. DON'T MISS THIS GREAT SALE Never before, maybe never again, will an opportunity like this be presented to you to save mouey on all kinds of seasonable HiEh Grade Merrbuudine to be sold at a sacrifice. You will be amazed. You will be astonished. Such a stupendous bargain least aud price cutting does not occur often. Price Cutting that goes through every department, making Bankrupt Prices. Salvage Prices on every piece of goods in this Mammoth Stoek, consisting of t:,0tKl.00 worth of bigh erade Men's aud Boys' Clothing, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Fine Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods aud Millinery, Gent's Furnishings aud Underwer must be sold. Kvervthiinr in thin tirer Store has beeu remarked and reduced in price. Not a few things, but EVERYTHING is to be sold at a BARGAIN. This Tremendous S&le Positively Begins Thursday, July 11, and Closes in Ten Days. As this sale only lasts Ten Days everything will go rapidly. it is the truth aud we merely ask you to come and test our statements, bargains that will be offered. Bear in mind there are thousands of other articles we cannot mention here. No Limit, Everything Most Go Nothing Reserved. You Get thes Bargains as Long as They Last. It may be hard for you to believe that a big concern like this would have to sacrifice such an iunuoiwe stock hut m"p u w yiwo wju iremeuuuus sHcmicc uiuhi u uiaue, we mention a few of the great DAVIS SALVAGE PRICES ON COTTON GOODS. One lot of Calicos, worth Cc, at 3c Other Calicos at ..... 5c Bleached Muslin, worth 10c. at 71c iotnl Bleaching at 5c i(Kxl Bed Tick at Cc Feather Bed Tick, worth 18c, at 12c Tissue, new and nobby, worth 2.1c, at I9c Madras Cloth, worth 15c, for 8c 27 inch Percale, worth 8c, at 6c While Waistings and Check Muslin, o positively worth from 15c to 20c, for.WV One lot of Lawn, worth from Cc to Kc.at 4Vic Nice Dress Ginghams in checks and stripes, worth 10c, at 7Yic Ginghams, positively Apron Check worth be, at . White Shirt Waist Linens, worth 20c, at Ac 9c White Lawn, worth 10c, at 6c White India Linen, worth 15c, at 9c Mercerized Waiatings, worth 20c, for 12c Organdies in all the new Bbades, worth 1 .ic, the Davis Salvage Price 9c White Dotted Swiss, worth 25c a yard, at I5c Ono lot of White Lawns, 40 inches wide, Qr worth 15c, at u ,000 yards fine Dress Ginghams, worth 12c and 15c, at 10c Manchester Chambray, in all colors, pos- O itively worth 12jc, for White Pique, worth 15c, for 9c Brown Linen, worth 15c, at.. 10c Oil Cloth, worth 25c, the Davis Sal vage Price I4c Turkey Red Table Linen for 19c CO-inch Damask Table Linen for 23c 2-inch Damask Table Linen for ..43c Satin finish Damask, worth f 1.00, for... 69c Damask Table Linen, worth f 1.25, at...8!c Cotton Towels, worth 5c, for..... 3c Towels worth 10c, for 6c flack Towels, worth 15c, for 9c Kxtra Linen Huck Towels for 12c Bleached Turkish Bath Towels at 9c Towels worth 35c, at I9c Large Size 10 -J Sheets, positively worth uric, for wv White Counterpanes, worth f 1.00 6c White Bed Quilts, worth $1.50, at 98c White Marselles Quilts, worth f 2.50 aO and f3.00, for .ya.yvj F.mbroidery, worth 8c and 10c, at 5c Swiss r.mbroidery, worth 15c, at 9c Hue Kmbroidery, worth zoc, at 12c Great B&rg&ins in Woolen Dress Goods. One lot of about 650 yards of double width ool Suitings, in all colors, worth from joc to 5(V; the yard. The Davis Sal- la vage Price is IjfC 50-inch Silk finish Mohairs, in brown, black. navy and gray, sold regularly for W)c a yard 43c (via- J'A' "1 rft v1"" '" Aiie'iii y bit ff"""n'-j"' hip ti r 'ii'iili'is lluokol Uipw'ei'iiurstnipnii Lai town compiled hj lr. Huiraio, a. v R. V. IMcnw. of and will he mallrd frrt tu any on asking; sainn br (xntal card, ur li tu-r allrWH to th imvtor a aiaivn. Krom thM imduro'inrnta, copied from standard madlcal Ixaiksol all th.dlflflr nt srhoola ol prartle. It will I found that th liiiirdient4cmnposln.il lhtiold en Medical IMwverr am advised not only for the cur. ot tb alioe mentioned diwama, but aim for th run nf all ca tarrhal, bronchial and throat affection. fcompalMid with catarrhal dlwhanraa, boahan, aore throat, llnuerlu. or hani-on-cuiia-h, and all thorn watlni which, l( not promptly and affections Kroperly treated am llanio to vrminaui i cnnnimntloa. Tak. t)r. Merw's lit- BOtll yrm air I and wi it a (air trial and It la not llkoly todiMppo'nt. Too much bjimU not b aipRolMl of Ik It win not periono minx-Ira. It will not cunt consumption In It adranred mm. Ho medicine will. It trtlt cur tb aflertlom that lewd euoaumpiiuo, if kMot wt Maw, Tan and Oray Suitings, in the new spring styles of shadow-plaids and tailor jm striHs, positively worth 75c a yd, for 4C One lot of double width Fancy Plaids, e worth 20c, at WC All wool Panama in all colors and black, worth 50c and GOc, go in this sale . . t 43C One lot of tan, gray and fancy Panamas and Voiles the newest spring styles, wQ worth 11.00, for OC All wool Shepard Plaids and Club Checks, positively worth 50 cents a yard, tor. :39c Genuine 44-inch Altman Voile, in navy, brown and black, sold the world over fi for fl.OO and $ 1.25, will sell for..OyC Thousands of yards of other Dress Goods in this sale at half price and less. Merchants are invited to attend this sale. Silks at Davis Salvage Prices. I9c WhitA .Tap Rill- anJ Fatwjr Skirt Silk, worth 35c and 50c a yard, at Yard wide China Silk, in all colors and 9Q black, worth 50c, for $C 30 inch Chiffon Taffeta Silk, worth fl H00ayard.at OiC Fancy Louisine Silk, in the newest aO jpring styles, 75c value, at 4C One lot of fancy Silk, worth 50c a yd. r n The Davis Salvage Price is 2 jC Shirt Waist Silks, worth 75c, for 43c 36-inch guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk, sold everywhere for ? 1.25 and $ 1.50 a oq yard, now 0"C Silk in the new Plaids and Club checks, mQ worth 100 thejrard, for........ OC French Organdies and Silk Tissue, in all the newest floral designs, worth 25c and 35c, for I9c Great Bargains in Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department Ladies' and Misses Percale and Lawn Waists, positively worth 50 cents, sale Art price Ladies' White fawn Waists, with Val. Lace Trimmings, they would be cheap at flQ t2.00. The Davis Salvage Price.. JOC Ladies' White Lawn Waists, worth 0 fl f 2.00, for ................... iPlO' Indies' fine Silk Waists, highly tailored in newest spring styles, worth 1 4. 00,2 (Jg Ladies' White Linen Skirts, plaited and on. nicely made, worth1.50, for Ov Ladies' Fancy Panama and Brilliantine Skirts, well made and tailored, ( " OA worth $4.00 and 5.00, for ?4.07 Indies' very fine tailor-made Skirts, elegant ly made in all the new spring styles and fabrics, and are positively (p a nc worth 1750, for $4.0i; Ladies Black Panama Skirts, pleated all around, worth f 10.00, at g About 500 Ladies' and Misses Sample Cor sets and Girdles, with Hose Support ers, worth from 75 cents to fl.OO, gg Millinery Department Baby Caps, worth 35c, for Ladies' and Misses' Sailors, worth 2 V:, at ...19c 15c Children's trimmed worth fl.OO, for.. Leghorn Hats, 49c Ladies' and Misses' nice trimmed Hats, ftQr. worth f 1.5(1 and f 2.00, for iOC Ladies' and Misses' trimmed Huts, i worth f 2.50, for A. ; $1.48 Ladies' f 3.50 and fl.OO Hats, for....f 2.47 Ladies' fine trimmed Hats, made in the latest spring styles, worth f 6.00 tun a c to f 7.00, for po.4y ?..rW tionn.nrl twtin' "lints". for. ".f6 98 Men's all Wool Dress Suits in plain black plaids and fancy stripes. This c.t qq Suit is positively worth 12.50 v"'1' At 18.98 you are free to take choice of any 1 15.00 suit in the house, as finely made, with silk and satin linings, elegantly finished as the most fastidious ta Ao dresser could desire JO.QO Wen s extra line Business and Dress Suits, made by the high art tailors, in all the latest ultra styles and fabrics, equal in every respeci to the finest tailor made to order suits. Don't fail to see til JQ this suit $l.1d 98c Shoes and Oxfords. One assorted lot of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Oxfords, worth from fl.OO to rrn f 1.50, the Davis Sale Price is OuC 500 pairs Ladies' and Misses' fine dress Shoes and Oxfords, in the new styles, worth f 1.50, at 500 pairs Ladies' fine Shoes and Oxfords, in all the latest styles, either tan or black, all sizes, worth f 2.00. Davis Sale ji qa Price Jpl.Ot Indies' fine Shoes and Slippers, q-t qq worth up to 13.00, for pl.C0 Ladies' fine Shoes and Oxfords (rn QQ worth 3.50, for..... .Jp.OlJ 450 pair Men's fine Dress Shoes, f -tt worth up to 2.00, for JlaU 300 pair Men's Vici Kid, Box Calf and Pat ent Colt Shoes, worth 12.50 and oq 13.00, for MtfO 700 pair of Men's fine Shoes and Oxfords, in all leathers, all styles and sizes. These Shoes are worth from f 3.50 to d o Qfi 5.00 ip-.OiJ Men's Furnishings. Men's tl.25 Negligee Shirts, each 89c Men's 75c colored Negligee Shirts, io. each OC each Men's 50c assorted lot heavy work Shirts, each 39c Ladies' anZ Misses' Muslin Underwear at Bargain Prices. Several hundred Ladies' Tape Neck r Vests, bleached, worth 10c, for OC Ladies' fine bleached vests, worth 15c, for. summer Under- 8c Another lot of fl.OO, for... fine Corsets, worth 69c Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, worth 4on 75c, for. ....... . . . . . . . . . . . . C Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Draw- qo. era, worth 3'Jc, for - Men's Lisle Thread and Mercerized Summer Underwear, worth 50c to 75c. The OQrt Davis Sale Price..... Men's 25c Silk Neckties, for ....14c Men's and Boys good 15c Suspenders.... 8c 1000 Men's Sample Hats, worth fl.OO ftQ to fl.50. Davis Salvage Price.... Men's fine Hats, worth f2.50, g'rj 500 Men's and Boys' Sample Straw oq. Hats, worth 75c,at Men's ant Boys' Clothing. Mens good Wool Suits, worth f 5.00 and 6.00 $2.98 Men's splendid Suits ill Velour finished Cas simeres, in all sizes. Either straight or round cut, positively worth ai 7.00. Davis Salvage Price .. V' Boys' Knee Pants Suits, in grav and i i and brown mixtures.worth 2.50 for Ii Boys' all-wool Suits, made with double scats and knee the never rip kind, worm at s rvnee i anis ouiis, maae wen and A0, worth f 1.50 to fltXUia QoC Boys' Knee Pants Suits, either light or dark colors, worth fl.OO and fl.25 for 5!o (2.39 Men's and Boys' Pants at Davis Salvage Pricey. Listen mother! 300 pairs Boy's Knee Pants, worth 25c., for IC Boyslwool rants, worth 50 & GOc for 3l)c. Men's good working Pants, worth fl.OO, sale price is 69C Men's nice Dress Pants, worth fl.5C to f 2.00, for 98c Men's very fine Trousers, imported worsteds and cassimeres, worth f5.00 and fG.OO or your money refundod $3 48 Men's fine Trousers for dress and qq Sunday wear, worth $3.00 for PL-JO 100 pairs good heavy Overalls, TCi. worth 50c an! 60c, for OC Hosiery and Handkerchiefs. Ladies' Fa- Black Hose, worth 10c for..fc. Lace Hose for ladies in black, white A and fancy, worth 25 and 35c., at..lyC Ladies' 50c Lace Hose for 30c Men's good, heavy gray Sox, worth 10c at 3C Men's silk embroidered Hose, in black, A tan and fancy, worth 15c, at yC Men's, fast 6c Ladies' and Children'a black and fancy colored Hose... Ladies' hemstitched Handkerchiefs, worth5c.for ZC Men's white hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 10c. for jC I-adies' lace Hose, worth 15c for.... 9c. Indies' fast black Hose, worth 15c "8c. Men's turkey red and indigo blue - Iladkerchiefs jC Indies' embroidered Handkerchiefs a worth 10c for tC Linen Handkerchiefs, worth 15c and A and 20c for 9C Men's and Indies' steel rod Umbrellas, wortn ouc 10 sc, tor '39C 98C Men's and Ladies' Silk Umbrellas and Parasols, worth f 1.50 to f2.00 at.... Lace Curtains at about price. Fancy Japanese Straw Matting worth )! 30c for fclC Trunks, Telescopes and Suit Cases almost given away. , Positively no goods sold or no one allowed in the store until Thursday, July 11th, at 9 a. m. Everything marked in plain figures. Sale positively begins Thursday, July 11th, and closes in 10 days. P EXCURSION I MONROE I one purehaafnf $25 or I will pay your railroad H nroe, not ezceedii 60 B W. H. BELK- & BEO. MONROE'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE. THERE WILL BE MC8IO EVERY DAY. DOJTTMI88 THIS OTEAT SALE! It will pay you to come 60 miles to ret these oar trains. MAIL ORDERS Filled Promptly. In the hands of the A. C. DAVIS SALVAGE CO., The World's Greatest Bargain Givers. We hereby agree to exchange or refund the money on all goods priced above If not satisfactory. N. B. Railroad fare paid to purchasers of $25 or more. Look for the Large Red Signs covering the entire Front of store rooms. uto WANTEDTwenty Experienced Salesmen and Salesladies and Ten Small Boys and Girls. . .4 "